Hello and thanks for dropping by my current interests are HF/VHF ssb/cw, antennas are beam for 6/4/2 along with a cobweb for hf and delta loop for 80/40 plus whatever I can tune it on when needed.
Current shack equipment....radios are icom 7600-yaesu ftm100d-trio tr751 for vhf ssb and a acom 1010 linear for hf and I I use the digital modes C4FM from yaesu and DMR so plenty to do and enjoy.
I am now a member of the Royal Signals Amateur Radio Society (RSARS) 4270 http://rsars.org.uk/
and I am also a member of the 6metre group http://www.uksmg.org/landing.php
QSL via EQSL or direct no bureau http://www.eQSL.cc/Member.cfm?M0VMT
Well 73 good DX Mark
Pictured below is the Cobweb 20-10 metres not a directional antenna but Omni, early tests
are showing this little 8ft square nest of dipoles to be very effective and it is so light I can
leave the mast wound up without worrying about the wind so much.
The mast with the ma5b that has been replaced with the Cobweb for now, I have had some
great contacts on the beam but it was not as good as my homemade hexbeam!
The Ma5b is now out of service.
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